Thanks for the translation ianw58, 200 quarts of beer with only 15 lbs of grain in it? sounds like a watery weak beer to me.
or did I miss something in the recipe?
If Im understanding the recipe right, it looks to me like its a 60 quart mash with the 15 lbs of grain (Im assuming) then boil with additions, then put into the barrel, top off barrel with water, make a yeast starter and add to barrel, add yeast starter to barrel, after krausen falls, prepare and add the rest of the hops, (wait Im assuming again)
Clarify with filtered gelatin for 2 days, then add a prepared and cooled mixture of pilon, water, cream of tarter, malted barley and bottle.
Anyone else getting other information out of this recipe that I missed ?, and a 16 lbs total grain bill for 200 quarts/50 gallons of beer? or is this a 60 quart recipe, boiled down 60 minutes ? that makes more sense to me, but its not how I read the recipe.
Anyone have any insight?
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